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Rating: 4.5 / 5.0 (186 votes)

Released: 2011-11-01

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Quigley Down Under [Blu-ray] by MGM (Video & DVD)

Quigley Down Under [Blu-ray]

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MGM (Video & DVD)
PG-13 (Parental Guidance)

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Tom Selleck gives the boldest performance of his career in this “new style, revisionist Western with the panoramic scope of a movie epic” (Los Angeles Times). Fierce gunfights, forbidding landscapes, breakneck chases – all hallmarks of the classic Western – are reinvented in this hard-pounding actioner that “revitalizes the genre” and comes out “a sure winner” (The Hollywood Reporter). Arriving in Australia with nothing more than a saddle and his prized six-foot Sharps rifle, American sharpshooter Matthew Quigley thinks he's been hired to kill off wild dogs. But when he realizes, instead, that his mission is murder – to “eliminate” the Aborigines from a wealthy cattle baron's land – Quigley refuses and quickly turns from hunter to hunted. Forced to wage a savage war against his former employer, Quigley proves that no one gets the best of a steely-eyed American gunfighter – no one, that is, except the mysterious beauty (Laura San Giacomo, sex, lies, and videotape) who rides by his side and captures his heart.


  • Alan Rickman
  • Tom Selleck
  • Chris Haywood
  • Ron Haddrick
  • Tony Bonner


  • Dolby
  • DTS Surround Sound
  • Dubbed
  • Subtitled
  • Widescreen

Editorial Review

Tom Selleck plays Matthew Quigley, the cowboy hero in this traditional Western, set very untraditionally in Australia. After some macho silliness in the opening minutes, the story settles into a surprisingly evocative tale of Quigley, a sharpshooter who had come to the country to work for a land baron (Alan Rickman) and who is on the mend after a brutal attack. In the company of a woman (Laura San Giacomo) abused by that same baron, Quigley gets his strength and his shooting skills back while healing in the midst of aboriginal people as well as some stunning Australian settings. Director Simon Wincer (Phar Lap) brings a lot of integrity to this rare horse opera from contemporary Hollywood. –Tom Keogh

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